'The Vow': The Reviews Are In!
Even the substantial charisma of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and a huge special effects budget can't quite make “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island” a destination worth visiting for anyone over the age of 9. I'm not gonna set age limits.
Now Hollywood is entering the national discussion about TBI with “The Vow," a movie inspired by real events that tells how a tragic case of TBI nearly destroyed the love between a married couple. In the film, a recently married young couple is in a
The good news, from a Christian perspective, is that The Vow is a romance focusing on a couple that is actually married. After enduring a recent slate of movies celebrating the hook-up culture (No Strings Attached, Friends
Anita Li Staff Reporter Toronto-based designer Ana Niculae will be rushing to see The Vow when it opens in theatres on Friday — but not for the romantic drama's tear-jerking scenes between Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum. Instead, she'll be watching
In “The Vow” the basic story is the same though the details have been changed and more dramatic tension added. And while Kim and Krickitt are a handsome couple, the megawatt looks and chemistry of Rachel McAdams